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BUSINESS NOTICES, ' • Say© ° i Great Chance for Sunday Schools i ® Vyii el if V and Parents s I Having given up the Piano and Oraan Department j 1 of our business, we are clearing all remaining int I struments at a. trifle over HALF former, prices. . I All the Pianos have gone. We viave only. 8 t 1 Organs left, and they raurt go. This is an excep- . I I tional chance for Sunday Schools, Kindergartens, I and Paterfamilias, to secure a high-grade instruI ment at bargain prices. B NOTE THESE MONEY SAVINGS AND WRITE AT ONCE— 1 ' • £2£ Organs go for £15 1 £3O Organs 8 o for £21 £42 Organs go for £25 I WBITE FOR PARTICULARS' ' 1 I E. C. BROWN, Manager. CHRISTCHURCH HOTEL METROPOLE, AKAROO -TTTED BREDL ' V made to provide an excellent table. Lunch from 1 p.mto 2 p.m. Local Lunch from I to 2 p.m.aharge Is The Spirits Wines, and Beers in etock will always be carefully selected. ; from the best brands, and disposed of at the lowest current rates. Speight's Beer always ott j draught. . •'•'.: . ! ■ I BILLIARD AND BAGATELLE TABLES. <■■. ' GOOD STABLING. SPLENDID MOTOR GARAGE WEDERELL DROS. Proprietors BEUCE HOTEL,IIiEOA W. H PARKIN, PROPRIETOR. A visitor, who stayed at the Bruce Hotel recently, wrote the following under the heading:— THE AKAROA ALPHABET. A Akaroa,' with its beautiful bay, ' 0 is for oysters gulped gracefully down, ■ B for the BRUCE where all wiee people stay P stands for Pompey, the pride of the town, C for the crayfish, the cherries, theoheeee, Q migbt be quarrels—-don't thrive in thie air l> the Domain wbere we loaf at our ease, R . for the rowing boat's manned by the fair; X for the envy poor townspeople feel, S stand for paa-sickness md Scenery Nook F for the flounders, well met at each meal. T for the tourists hnruly waves dbook, Ui for thd gardens of lily and role, for the nnion or Britonand Gaul, H for the harbour where fleets might repose V very gcod views, we sampled them all, I is for idleness-indigenous here, Waterfall tempts us that high road to take; .T for the junketings, known.farand near ; X for "Xqnieite !" sighed as we wogder and it stand" for kindness to visitors shewn, ache. - L ' to<- the lovers left blissful alone. V Akmoa )riirf»lfiF to rreny and brewn, M -Akaioa males, they arc not at all Fby. Z for the zer) vtith hne vriti.'n this dtw N a npwspuper- Mail (this is spelt with sn i) LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Starting Point and Terminus Royal Mail Coaohes. PHONE 14 LAUNCHES. BATHING, FISHING, • &0.,

"AKAROA MAIL ; ■, . ! Printers and •-* . Publishers ADVERTISEMENTS " Wanteds" Is cash for 14 words only Caeual per nch Standing Advertisements as per arrangement j Job Printing Wβ have gradually aoctlmulatea a fine Jobbing Plant of the Irtest machinery, and are now ready to deal promptly and aqourately with Jobbing Work of all descriptions put into our hands. Wβ can execute Printing required by all Businees Firms— . . Billheads Memorandum Forms, Invooes, Prioe Listß, Printed Envelopes, lUoeipts, Our Telephone number is 13 r WE ARE LOCAL AGENTS FOR TBE STANDARD INSUBA . . TRY THE NEW LIQUID IwIETAL POLlootiAoc byRECKITT'S, hakemof'ZEBRA-STOVE ?^:L

GROWN BREWERY. rnHE Celebrated SPARKLING ALEB ol I the Crown Brewery Company can be obtained at the following PENINSULA HOUSES:—: MB- H. W. PIPER, Madoira Hotel Akaroa. MR. W. PABKIN, Bruce Hotel, Akaroa. MB J. GABKIN/ Somerset Hotel, Duvauohelleg . .. MR W. NEWTON Hill Top Hotel, Barry's Pass. MR G. WHITMORE, Lake Forsytb Arms, Little Jtiver CROWN BUEWERY BEER IS UNRIVALLED A. T. MUTTON, TIMBER MERCHANT, NOBWIOH QUAY, LTTTELTOF ALL kinds of Building Metetial kept i stock, including JABBAH BPLI 1 POSTS AND .STAKES. All Orders promp y attended to. Pricee on application '% k. ■■'■■.'■: ■ A , . V-i ' < .'■■■ $ {• ■■•■ .•■%,■.',.■;-.■••/-■

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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